Hoburne Holidays offer invigorating family breaks at eight beautiful coastal and countryside parks within the UK.
Preserving the unspoilt environment is a top priority for the company, which has signed up for the David Bellamy Blooming Marvellous Pledge for Nature, an exciting initiative that enables holiday parks to demonstrate how dedicated they are to helping Britain’s wildlife. This commitment sees Hoburne Holidays support wildlife with bat, bird and bug boxes, as well as plant trees and pollinators. Single-use plastics are banned across all its sites.
The company is taking steps to keep its impact low by providing hybrid cars for employees and introducing on-site electric vehicle (EV) charge points across all of its holiday parks. The EV charge points are available to holidaymakers, homeowners, and the general public. More info on where and how to use Hoburne’s EV charge points is found here.
Hoburne Holidays has also installed solar panels and has taken action on its water consumption with low-flow taps and greywater recycling.
Hoburne has also been recognised by ethy for its commitment to giving back to people and the planet. The company supports a large number of charities, including the Dorset Children’s Foundation, James Hopkins Trust, Devon Mind, Cancer Research, Breast Cancer UK, RNLI, The Rainbow Trust and Diverse Abilities, which supports children and adults with physical and learning disabilities across Dorset.
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